i never did find an online version of that dictionaraoke article, and in desperation i just posted it myself. but that doesn't mean the time i spent searching for it was wasted.
in my searches, i came across an interesting "outsider" mp3 blog called music for maniacs. and i'm not just posting it because mr fab referred to my "nuthin' but a g thang" dictionaraoke as "remarkable"... nope. check out the links to gameboy music, "moog breakbeats", the troggs tapes, the crazy russian cassette jockey (looks like unszene has some competition for use of that term!), and definitely check out this post about the st charles IL high school choir.
browsing through the blog makes me want to add it to my blogroll so i can keep up with it regularly, but it doesn't fit into any of the blogroll categories i've set up. so for the sake or orderly categorization, if i want to blogroll it i should find a couple more worthwhile mp3 blogs to add as well. any suggestions?
obviously i'm not looking for rock stuff (unless it's outsider or laptop rock), but interesting outsider, experimental, noise, anything like that would be terrific. the only mp3 blog i ever really followed was otis fodder's wonderful 365 days (now archived on the fantastic ubuweb site). indeed, i even submitted to that.
it would probably be fun to regularly contribute to an mp3 blog. i guess you could call the now-defunct mp3 of the week an mp3 blog, but i mean one that people will actually want to visit. something outsider and/or experimental. maybe something to highlight interesting collage and sampling. or just whatever we feel like posting. i don't know. i wouldn't have time to do such a thing by myself, so it would need to be a collaborative thing with a couple other bloggers.
anyway, give me your recommendations for mp3 blogs if you've got 'em.¶